Zakia Carpenter-Hall's Event Horizon

Edition #2 of the Writer's Centre Kingston Sampson Low Poetry Pamphlet series.
Printed in a limited edition of 200 copies. Available to purchase here

Published October 2017. ISBN978-1-910578-64-3
A6 Size, 16 printed pages, Colour. Print run of 250.
Writers Centre Kingston Chapbook Series Edition #2
SLB072 Price – £2.60 BUY Event Horizon(£2.60 + £1.20 P&P to UK Address)

From the publisher:  Each poem is a vortex, an Event Horizon, a threshold, or point of no return.  Although Event Horizon is defined as a notational boundary around a black hole, these poems also explore “event” in a broader sense – the varying degrees to which an experience can change, destroy and reconfigure us and our lives.  Zakia Carpenter-Hall illustrates astrophysics and black hole theory using a variety of poetics, ranging from the use of fragmentation and repetition to surrealism and mirroring.  The problem with physics for non practitioners is often that “we cannot deliver its secrets with our hands”.  But this is a collection that makes the theoretical tangible and thereby brings us closer to ourselves.

About the author: Zakia Carpenter-Hall is a poet, teacher and avid learner from Minneapolis Minnesota who currently lives in England.  She is a winner of Poetry London’s inaugural Mentorship Scheme, has recently published in Callaloo Journal and Magma Magazine, and she is a Creative Writing MFA student at Kingston University.